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of the year. earlier, republican congressman, steve la tourette said the president has been too focused on tax cuts for the rich. but he did leave the door open a little. >> i'm okay, you president, you can tax the rich people. but come up with some spending cuts, we're borrowing $1 trillion a year and he has not. >> indiana senator joe lieberman said he's more pessimistic than he's ever been that a deal will get done. >> in the aftermath of the house republicans rejecting speaker boehner's so-called plan b, the first time that i feel that it's more likely that we will go over the cliff than not. and that, if we allow that to happen, it will be the most colossal consequential act of congressional irresponsibility in a long time. maybe ever in american history. >> leaders from both sides are expected back in washington on thursday. in india. growing demonstrations after a 23-year-old woman was gang-raped on a bus. the protesters are growing angrier over the number of rapes in the capital and the inadequate police response. authorities have tried to ban protests in new delhi, that ban has calmed
republicans may believe, as steve said that raising taxes on people over 250 is a mistake, president obama ran very clearly on doing exactly that, won 51% of the vote, 332 electoral college votes, we are probably going to get there the question how much crockery do we break along the way? >> ron that's fine. let's be fair here. we have been negotiating this six weeks, since the election. the president, when i talk to my republican sources say, look, the president hasn't put anything serious on the table still on spending cuts, ron. i think that's, you're right urkts bo, both sides have to give a little bit here, i haven't seen much give on the democrats' side of the aisle here. >> the inability to comp prom my keith stone to democrat circumstance todd, why don't you weigh in on this. what is your feelings with what has to be dealt with by not just this congress but 1913th congress, numerology could worry you a little bit. >> stephen hit the nail on the head, talk about the spending cuts, that actually is not even in existence right now you right now you the top line issue has been about tax re
for you, steve, is why does this have to be political? why can it not just be a bipartisan, all encompassing, american dialogue, which leads in the end to pragmatic solution? >> i agree with your last statement, absolutely, piers. in fact, our group is a single issue non-partisan group. we have independents, democrats, and republicans on our board and in our membership, and most are elected officials. we actually do take that position. >> do you agree with universal background checks? >> universal background checks? >> yes. >> you know we have the criminal background check in place. >> right, but that only applies to 60% of gun sales. do you agree with covering the other 40% of gun sales with background checks? >> we agree that disqualified individuals should not have access to firearms. >> so you agree with the background checks that would be -- >> are you going to let me finish? please, please. >> let me ask you, give me one good reason why there shouldn't be 100% background checks on all gun transactions in america. give me a good reason. >> it's literally impossible, piers,
. joining us now, steve hardy, former police detective, who worked, unfortunately, these kinds of homicides over the years. walk us through what police are going through right now, steve. >> well, first of all, wolf, they certainly already have tended to the wounded, get the injured out of there, secure that area, locate as many witnesses as possible. that school is going to be closed down for probably a lengthy period of time, while they conduct their investigation. they're going to put the pieces together, in chronological order, see how this happened, was he killed in self-inflicted gunshot or did the teachers and the principal fight back, disarming and possibly killing him? >> now they will go ahead and try to figure out why this happened, why a gunman in his 20s, went into this particular school, with weapons, and started killing kids. >> yeah, unfortunately this is the platform that people like this are seeking out, educational institutions, soft targets. if you want to commit a crime like this. unfortunately we don't have in place right now the mechanism to protect our young and our
representative congressman steve latourette. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >>> washington finally seems ready to ring in the new year with a deal that averts the fiscal cliff. it only has taken 517 days to reach this point. what a waste of time. from the cnn money newsroom in new york, i'm ali velshi. this is your money. with only hours to go, president obama says a deal between democrats and republicans is, quote, within reach as america ticks closer to the fiscal cliff at midnight. >> they are close, but they're not there yet. and one thing we can count on with respect to this congress is that if there is even one second left before you have to do what you're supposed to do, they will use that last second. >> duown to the wire. if you thought the fiscal cliff snuck up on congress, the
'm beginning to follow jesus with steve louisiana tor ret, you're crazy. >> sorry, baby. can't top jesus. >> thank you so much. we'll be right back. [ nyquil bottle ] you know i relieve coughs, sneezing, fevers... [ tylenol bottle ] me too! and nasal co [ tissue box ] he said nasal congestion. yeah...i heard him. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. >>> more good economic news this morning when can tcomes to new home sales. they are up for the month of november and the best in two years. alison kosik is here to break down the numbers. >> this is another sign that the housing market continues to be the brightest bright spot in the economy. new home sales rose 4.4% in november. that's in line with forecasts in showing that the median price for a home is just over $246,000. this is a sharp turn around when superstorm sandy drug down the sales. these numbers give us good indications about how the overall economy is doing. new homes typically are more expensive than previously-owned ones since they are built from
this year. >> number 10, apple the first year without steve jobs and a company trying to prove under a new ceo it can invent things we needed we didn't know and would still buy. >> number 9, the u.s. stock market despite all the worries about the fiscal cliff and maybe slower growth in the u.s. economy, the stock market has had a great year. too bad you missed out. smart money has been in the market. the rest of us have been worried about the fiscal cliff. >> number 8, facebook's ipo, hundreds of millions of people like facebook, but investors did not. on its first day as a public company. trading glitches at the nasdaq and questions about the company's ability to make money on mobile users pummelled the stock which has yet to climb its way back to its ipo price. >> number 7, mother meyer. the new ceo of yahoo who announced she was going to take a two-week maternity leave. it looks like a mother's touch is just exactly what yahoo needed. >> number 6, mother nature. a drought in the midwest that scorched the corn and soy crop sending prices sky high. who can forget superstorm sandy. damages
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'll update you on what is happening there. i spoke with steve perry the principal of capital school at hartford, connecticut. we will talk to him about what he would do at his school. [ male announcer ] when it comes to the financial obstacles military families face, we understand. at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. >>> talk back question for you today. what does owning a gun mean to you? this is from crystalal. a gun means protection for me. this is from lisza. control of my own safety. my ability to make my own decisions and understanding of personal accountability, mine and the criminals. this one from shelly no one has the right to own a gun that can kill 20 children in a minute and a half. had mrs. lanza secured her weapons we might not have had so much carnage. keep th
itself nearly killed her. let's bring in emma's oncologist, dr. steve krups, who helped pioneer this ground-breaking treatment as well as cmn correspondent elizabeth cohen. dr. krups, i'm glad to have you here, because i think the first question, where did the idea of using the deactivated version of hiv, where did it even come from in the first place? >> thanks a lot for allowing me to answer your questions. so the treatment that emma got was actually a cell therapy treatment. i think tom and kerry did a great job describing that to folks. what we did was take cells called t-cells, we take those out of the body. we expose them to a virus that we can put a new gene into the t-cells, that's called genetic engineering, then we put the t-cells back in the body, we don't put the virus back in the body. it's true it started out as an hiv virus, and we take out all the parts of the virus that can cause disease and only leave the part that can actually put that new gene into the cell for the genetic engineering. this idea has been around for a while, but it's only recently that this so
the internet to use. >>> before he died, billionaire steve jobs commissioned this megayacht. the venus is 260 feet long and costs $137 million. but it's been impounded in amsterdam in a dispute with the man who designed it. he says he hasn't gotten all his money yet. >>> the so-called mayan end of the world prediction has apparently, i'm still here, come and gone. so are you. but tourists have good reason to get a taste of mayan history and culture and architecture. p in chichen itza mexico, a look at this week's "on the go." >> i'm here in ancient mayan ruins in chichen itza where thousands of people came recently to mark the end of the mayan kallcalendar or as some s the end of the world. well, the world didn't end, but there are still many, many good reasons to come and visit what has been described as one of the seven wonders of the modern world. chichen itza was built more than a thousand years ago and was one of the largest cities in the mayan empire. today it stretches out across about five square kilometers of ground here in yucatan. and as you can see, a lot of the architecture is st
, congressman steve israel, democrat of new york. congressman, nice to see you back here on the show. >> thanks, brooke. >> i understand you, yourself, have been reaching out to some of the house republicans on this. have you spoken to any of them? >> i have. and you're right, it is tough for a republican to break with his or her party and sign this petition to give a tax cut to 100% of all americans on the first $250,000. what's tougher, i think, is for them to go home and have to explain to people who are making $100,000, $200,000 that they're not going to get a tax break, that their taxes are going to go up $2,000 in order to protect the richest 2%. now, look, i personally believe that that $250,000 figure is too low. if you represent a high cost of living area like mine, i think it should be higher. but i'm not willing to go back to long island and explain to somebody who is making less than $250,000 that they're going to be held hostage for people making more. agree on the 250 and get to the higher number. >> the republican as you point out, the tougher task is to go back to their constitu
to the many people who had the privilege to meet him. steve was one of the most passionate people with a true entrepreneurial spirit that drove him to start his business, coastums. he had a great sense of humor and a zest for life. he had a vision and a belief in others that brought great joy and value to many lives. he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. >> and, again, we have our correspondent standing by of all places called happy valley, oregon. we'll take you there in minutes. >>> meantime, a defiant north korea took the u.s. somewhat by surprise today, firing this long range rocket several days earlier than expected. the launch is raising worldwide concerns about the reclusive government's plans for its nuclear arsenal. the rocket was not carrying a warhead, north korea claims it launched a science satellite. the defense secretary leon panetta talked to erin burnett and said the u.s. is evaluating whether the rocket launch was a success. he said this, quote, we have no idea. we're still assessing exactly what happened to determine whether or not it really was a success. eight mon
everybody's friend. steve forsyth had two children and loved to coach kid's sports. the 45-year-old businessman had a zest for life, a wicked sense of humor and never said a bad word about anyone. christina shevchenko will recover, but faces more surgery. this is a man who unleashed the carnage, 22-year-old jacob roberts. shocked friends say he was kind and he was upbeat and studying to become a firefighter. kyung lah went to the home where he spent his final hours. >> reporter: anybo >> anybody standing behind it they'll have problems. >> reporter: housemates of jacob tyler not willing to talk about what might have led roberts to open fire on holiday shoppers. >> i've seen him there. >> reporter: neighbors say the 22-year-old moved in six months ago renting the basement of this portland house. >> just came out and he didn't wave or anything, you know, just got out and came out and wiput e guitar case in the car. >> reporter: two hours later the 911 calls were coming n roberts wearing a hockey mask and firing a stolen ar-15 semiautomatic rifle was making his way through the mall
final thing, the founder and ceo, steve feinberg, his father happens to live in newtown. >> dan primack of fortune broke this story. thank you very much. if you get new information, follow up with us. we appreciate it. brooke, a lot of people will be checking to see if -- i'm sure if they have investments in these companies and as you said, not a good time now to have -- to be a company that makes guns, especially automatic weapons. and, you know, ammunitions companies as well. we'll be following up on this story, these stories a lot, i'm sure. >> different vain, i know something a lot of the crews in newtown are seeing are hearses drive through town and there is this tough gut wrenching task of burying these children, the 6 and 7-year-olds. coming up next, i talk to the first responders in newtown who helping protect these families, who want privacy at the cemeteries. we're respecting the privacy, but i spoke to these two guys last night about the who process, this very difficult process of burying these children. [ sniffs ] i have a cold. [ sniffs ] i took dayquil but my nose is still
when this was over. we'll talk about her plans now. and congressman steve latourette will join us as well. cnn "newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. >>> bragging rights, iran claims they captured a u.s. drone and issues a warning "we shall trample on the united states." >>> drunk and partying the night before he shocked the nfl and fans. >>> director kathryn bigelow talks about the controversy over her bin laden death movie. >> i think it's nice because now the film can speak for itself and i certainly have a feeling that a lot of those debates will transition to something slightly less controversial. >> the full interview straight ahead. >>> so you don't read runway ? >> no. >> before today you never heard of me. >> no. >> you have no style or sense of fashion. >> i think that depends on what your -- >> no, no, that wasn't a question. >> the devil's diplomacy. vogue editor anna wintour, u.s. ambassador? maybe. "newsroom" starts now. good morning. thank you so much for joining me. i'm carol costello. this morning iran is bragging. it claims it capture d an american dron
muniz, congressman steve israel, jeff sessions, javier palimares, the president and ceo of united states chamber of commerce, and chicago mayor rahm emanuel as well. cnn news room with ted roland begins now. >> stories we're watching now in the cnn newsroom. off the air and under siege. >>> i think about their family and what they must be going through and the thought we may have played a part in that is gut wrenching. >> for the first time, we're hearing from two radio deejays blamed for the nurse's suicide after that royal prank phone call. plus this. ♪ a plane crash cut short the life of popular mexican-american singer jenni rivera. now investigators look into what brought down that plane that killed everyone on board. >>> south korean rapper psy receives a warm welcome in washington despite his past anti-american comments, and president obama getting some flack for attending that performance. >>> plus the bizarre saga continues. american tech mogul john mcafee fighting deportation to belize. he holds a news conference from behind bars. you'll hear what he has to say. "cnn newsroom"
and a hospice nurse. steve forsythe had two children and loved to coach kids sports. christina is in the hospital in serious condition with bullet fragments in the lung and liver. the 15-year-old will recover, but faces more surgery. >> john mcafee, the software pioneer is back in the u.s. >> i don't even know why i'm here. this morning i was in jail and today here i am. >> a bizarre murder mist rear had this mouth you will on the run and hiding in belize to you go at mally and now miami beach. what's next? we caught up with him. that's ahead. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >> tragedy in afghanistan as an american is killed outside of a base in kandahar. all this after leon panetta left the area. cnn's erin burnett is on that trip. >>
. democratic congressman steve israel has taken notice. >> i want to make it impossible for people to use three-dimensional printers to manufacture gun components which was done and six bullets were fired from one of these components. >> reporter: that's why congressman israel is pushing to renew the undetectable firearms act a law passed a quarter of a century ago banning plastic firearms that will expire next year. >> defies common sense, safety and logic to make it easier for criminals to manufacture the components of guns which could be brought on to our planes and buildings. >> reporter: pro gun advocates say to date no one using a 3-d printer has manufactured a working firearm completely out of plastic. one 3-d printing expert says it might not even be possible any time soon. >> i don't feel this technology is going to be there next year but in my estimation we have time and ways to go to get there. >> reporter: wilson worries about the chilling effect of new ideas. mr. israel says we should prevent the development of a whole branch of technology. he's ridiculous. >>> don't count the twin
on today and i'm with congressman steve sutherland of florida and john fleming of louisiana. both of they see men are going to vote against your leader, against the speaker on this. why? >> well, we have great concerns that this doesn't go far enough to really solve the problems that we face. i would lean no yesterday. nothing that i've seen today really changes me wanting to go the in the other direction. america needs to understand we have significant problems that we face, a mountain of unfunded mandates. closing in on $100 trillion, and this does nothing to prevent us from continuing to move towards a crash course. >> now, there are probably people saying how could these two members of congress vote against keeping taxes in place for everybody except millionaires? what's wrong with raising taxes on millionaires? >> you have to understand that the higher income earners are smul business owners and they hire people. we have a very steep, aggressive tax system, and for us to pull out of this recovery, you know, we have the highest unemployed rate in terms of people sitting on the
in sergeant steve martos from the phoenix police department. welcome. any idea at this hour where emily is? >> unfortunately we don't. we're still out there searching, we're following up on leads. however sadly at this point we don't know where she's at. >> i understand u.s. border patrol agents stopped and questioned emily's father, who is part of this whole, you know, thing recently, what did he say? >> well, unfortunately he didn't provide much information to us. he was stopped as he was entering the united states into arizona on saturday night into early sunday morning. border patrol agents on our behalf began speaking to him, he denied any involvement or knowledge about emily being removed from the hopped and sadly could not provide or did not provide information to us as to where she is. >> so then, sergeant, the obvious question is, i know this isn't perhaps an answer -- an answer for the hospital, but how does a mother and this child who now has her arm amputated, who is walking around, looks like with an rv, you know, how does she manage to slip past hospital staff? >> well, if yo
of the capitol, we can come back and execute the deal. >> joining me now is congressman steve israel of new york. chairman of the democratic national campaign committee. welcome. >> hey, carol. >> you heard your colleague from ohio. he says sometimes negotiations between congress and the white house are "charades" and that members are waiting for signals from the obama administration and people like speaker john boehner and majority leader reid before they go forward. do you see it that way? >> well, look, it's critical that the leaders of both parties and the white house, the house and senate come to an agreement fast. now, we have always said on the democratic side, house democrats have said we want deficit reduction that's big, bold and that is balanced. the president has put forth a variety of ideas and programs. the response consistently from house republicans has been, no, no and no. now they did come up with a proposal finally just two days ago. there are elements in that proposal we should talk about. elements in my view that we shouldn't. the bottom line is this. i'm not so sure that we
to the mall and went to the macy's and the food court, shot the victims now being identified as steve forsythe, 45 years old, and cindy an yule, 54 years old. the sheriff said that the shooter here identified as jacob tie he ler roberts armed himself with an ar-15 semi-automatic rifle. he had several fully loaded magazines that he was also wearing what seemed to appear a hoig-style face mask and ammo vest. the sheriff says the rifle actually jammed during the shooting spree, which could have saved some lives. he also said that there were a large number of police that quickly came to the scene and 10,000 people remember able to get out of the mall peacefully and quietly while all of this was going on. the sheriff also says they do not have a motive and do not believe that the suspect there, jacob tyler roberts, knew his very mani victims. we'll follow this story with more details, but that is the very latest. >>> republicans and democrats continue to battle over how to aavoid this fiscal cliff. many of us and many of you standing behind the president when asked who was handling the crisis bette
christmas. >>> he's best known for his role in the sitcom steve harvey show or in "dancing with the stars." cedric the ber takener is using his fame it to help kids get a better education. that's up next. >>> jim in this renaissance guy. whatever he tries to do he does well and he has a gift for music or art or more than a gift. a passion. >> i took two years of piano lessons in eighth grade. my mom forced me to take it, because she never had a piano growing up. i hated it because the teacher wouldn't let me play anything interesting. i got bored and sick of it and didn't touch it for 20 years. then i heard this piece on the radio, and i the thought it was impossible for a human to play that. i couldn't imagine being able to move my hands that fast. i got obsessed with it. it's the third movement of the moonlig moonlight. i went on to check out the musimusi music. there were these notes. each one is a note and finger on a key. can you teach your fingers to do that? like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growin
to get people to not talk about that, especially right now. listen to what steve latourette said about what the republican speaker is telling members. >> the speakered, look, this is an obviously a horrible event that touched everyone in the country and certainly devastated a community. we need to be respectful. we need to be diplomatic in our remarks. remarks like, well, we should just arm the principals and teachers are probably not appropriate, and that we're going to have to next year engage in a discussion about what's appropriate. >> there really has only been one congressman that talked about the idea publicly of arming teachers as a way to mend this horribly broken system, but the bottom line is we obviously have heard it from outside of washington, from local officials, some pundits, and i think the most interesting thing still is, carol, that we are not hearing very much if anything from most republicans about the whole issue of guns. they are waiting. they are staying quiet. it is not unlike what we're seeing from the nra that decided not to say anything until they have a pr
. steve cook and mohamed morsi was the runner-up on the list. blistering report blames systemic failures at the state department for that deadly terrorist attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. now is the fallout. three department officials have resigned. the attack killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens. an independent review board concluded that security at facility was grossly inadequate. we're hearing from senator john kerry. listen. >> i think the department has taken a huge step forward to address lessons learned from benghazi, which are important to everybody. there are 70,000 employees over there. there are 275 different posts. people are at risk. it's a dangerous world we're in. i think that this report is going to significantly advance the security interests of those personnel and of our country. >> elise, you have this review board that says nobody violated his or her duties specifically. they didn't remedies palestinian naer action against any one person. why the resignations? >> reporter: well, why they didn't say anybody willfully was in dereliction of
the floor. in short, as republican representative steve latourette said the effort was embarrassing. >> it weakens the republican majority, it's the continuing dumbing down of the republican party and we are going to be seeing more and more as a bunch of extremists that can't get a majority of our own people to support policies we're putting forward. if you're not a governing majority, you're not going to be a majority party. >> as our own dana bash put it on twitter, "holy wow." bottom line taxpayers will pay more because lawmakers can't seem to get it together. we may go off the fiscal cliffs. we'll talk to dana later. also house speaker john boehner will hold a press conference live at the top of the hour. >>> across the midwest people are trying to clean up from the first blizzard of the season, blinding snow being blamed for this 30-car pile-up on interstate 35 near ft. dodge, iowa. two people died in this accident. the storm cut power to 20,000 in iowa this morning, a half a foot to a foot of snow has fallen across the midwest. wisconsin has declared a state of emergency and t
that collected $20 at the bar after we played basketball. >> to have steve show up at my house today, it means a lot. we totally have zero. we lost everything. couple of items here and there, but -- >> hello? when you do something for somebody, the, you know, you go through the tears, you go through the thanks, the hugs and everything, but at the end of the day, you walk away, you go -- i just -- your name came across our desk. so from the gray beards. >> you don't have to do that. >> how are you holding up? all right? >> yeah. >> i did good today, you know? i helped somebody. >> little something, all right. hope you get through. >> the gray beards change a person's life. there is an expression in rockaway about you're born with sand in your diaper. after years of irritation, you know, you want to feel good, so you go out and help people, you know? >> there you have it. people trying to lend a helping hand. if you forgot to do your christmas shopping, or waited until the 11th hour, you're not alone. this is the 11th hour, by the way in case you were wondering. alison kosik is at the new york s
the world, despite an attempt by the taliban to silence her. number three, the successor to apple's steve jobs. he is tim cook. they say cook has resided over apple in a masterly way since jobs past last year. let's talk more about this pick from "time." joining me from washington is michael shearer. welcome back. the president of the united states, once again, on the cover of your magazine for person of the year. why the president? >> in 2008 we gave him person of the year because of the historic election, the potential he had to change the country and the direction of the country. and this year we're giving it to him because of the change he's brought in the makeup of the electorate who comes to vote, and this new emerging electoral majority that he seems to be establishing, in the way we do campaigns, another historic year despite down enthusiasm, small dollar money from 2008, clearly changed the way grassroots campaigns are being done. and also for the way he is shifting policy here in the united states. we're just two or three weeks -- two months now out from the election, i don't ev
reporter laurie segal has a few fun, unique gift ideas for you last-minute shoppers. >> steve, you've brought us a whole table full of holiday gadgets. let's start with this. how does this work? >> this is the angry bird air swimmer. inflate it and find this happy balance point and after a little bit of assembly, you can fly this around like you're crashing pigs anywhere. >> all controlled by that. >> ir remote. as long as you've got line of sight, good for 30, 40 feet of distance. left and right on the fins in the back, forward momentum. >> explain exactly why these gloves are cool. >> what makes these gloves special, they're bluetooth. so in the thumb, you've got a speaker and in the pinky a microphone. so you can make the classic call me gesture and you can talk on your phone that way. >> right now you're calling. >> we've got this paired to my call and i'm going to call. >> this is strange, i hear your voice coming from my thumb right now. >> it's very inspector gadget. >> it is. >> is that you, chief? >> wow. >> these are $69.99. >> i see you've got an old-school controller an
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